Trois bicentenaires : Hume, Condillac, Smith. Adam Smith entre le marginalisme et le marxisme
It is not easy to understand why, and how, orthodox economists who do not believe either in the labor-theory or in the cost-theory of value, continue to favor Adam Smith's Wealth of Nations, but forget such economists as Condillac, whose value theory is nearer to theirs and whose bicentenary we also commemorate.
Volume (Year): 53 (1977)
Issue (Month): 1 (janvier)
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